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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1913-1914


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Tue Sept 29. Fine and cool. Aunt N and I called on Mrs Ball. Mrs Sangstaff called. heavy white frost.

Wed. Sept 30. Dine but cold L. Bowes called. Mary Watson here for tea.

Thur Oct 1. Fine and cool. Aunt N- called on Mrs Athenson and Mrs Reaman. I called at Miss Bowes in eve

Fri Oct 2. Fine and quite warm. Aunt Nellie out at Concord. I helped M. Watson to put up stove. Mother called. I called at Miss Seager in the eve. got tomatoes at Mr McDonald. Miss Edey called.

Sat Oct 3. Fine and warm, sitting out at front. Miss Kelly called in the eve. I got beets at Miss Edeys.

Sun Oct 4. Fine and warm very dusty. A grand day. I went to Presbyterian church. Mother called. Mr Pickett and Miss Seager called. Mick here for tea. I went to evening church.

Mon Oct 5. Fine and very hot. I went to Willies corn cutting. Mother here all day.

Tue Oct 6. Fine and moderately warm. Aunt Lizzie here for dinner. Aunt Nellie went home with her. Auntie and I at Doctors in eve.

Wed Oct 7. Fine and moderately warm. Mrs McKenzie here for tea.

Thur Oct 8. Fine day. dreadful dust. Mrs Miller called.

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